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Acoustic Modeling Using the Digital Waveguide Mesh

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4 Author(s)
Damian Murphy ; Dept. of Electron., York Univ. ; Antti Kelloniemi ; Jack Mullen ; Simon Shelley

The digital waveguide mesh has been an active area of music acoustics research for over ten years. Although founded in 1-D digital waveguide modeling, the principles on which it is based are not new to researchers grounded in numerical simulation, FDTD methods, electromagnetic simulation, etc. This article has attempted to provide a considerable review of how the DWM has been applied to acoustic modeling and sound synthesis problems, including new 2-D object synthesis and an overview of recent research activities in articulatory vocal tract modeling, RIR synthesis, and reverberation simulation. The extensive, although not by any means exhaustive, list of references indicates that though the DWM may have parallels in other disciplines, it still offers something new in the field of acoustic simulation and sound synthesis

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IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )